[forge-dev] Gradle Addon status update - Gradle project creation working :)

Max Rydahl Andersen manderse at redhat.com
Tue Aug 20 06:32:49 EDT 2013

...cool - how is your arquillian test run done ? just run junit from eclipse or run via gradle or how ?
Just wondering what makes a difference here since maven aren't involved in a arqullian test run from eclipse.

and what is forge.gradle ?


On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 08:34:50PM -0400, Lincoln Baxter, III wrote:
>AWESOME! And congratulations :) This is EXCELLENT!
>I am very excited about this. Unfortunately, my work day just ended (after
>about 11 hours,) so I need to take a break, but I will try this out
>I wonder, does the Gradle eclipse plugin work well enough to resolve
>dependencies and compile the java file?
>Again - Thrilled,
>On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 8:29 PM, Adam Wyłuda <adamwyl92 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'd like to present you first screenshot of working project creation with
>> Gradle addon.
>> As you could see there are three text editors showing important aspects of
>> this experiment:
>> - build.gradle - created by Gradle facets, also updated by JPA - Setup
>> Forge command (which added managed dependency, but Eclipse log shows it
>> couldn't resolve something)
>> - MyEntity.java - class generated using JPA - New entity option
>> - pom.xml - I don't know how it got here, but I'm sure it is not used, as
>> Eclipse log shows that Gradle is being run to obtain info about project
>> (and very interesting thing - performance is much better than in Arquillian
>> tests, for each Gradle run it seems to take only about 0.3 seconds)
>> Project build file was entirely created and modified using only Gradle
>> facets (if you don't believe you can pull latest version and check it
>> yourself :)).
>> Screenshot:
>> [image: Obraz w treści 1]
>Lincoln Baxter, III
>"Simpler is better."

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